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Razer's got a big 50% off sale going on, today only

Ben Gilbert, @RealBenGilbert
January 12, 2015
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If you've been anxiously waiting for a price drop on one of Razer's gorgeous, very expensive laptops, today is the day for you: the hardware-maker is celebrating its Best of CES 2015 awards with a massive, one-day sale. The Razer Blade is getting a 30 percent price drop, while all other hardware is getting halved in price. There are, naturally, some limitations: you can only buy one item (so make it count) and you have to be a member of Razer's "Insider" program (which basically means you have to give them your email address and little else). Oh, and the savings end tomorrow (January 13th) at 5:59PM PT, so maybe hurry up if you're gonna do this.

Still on the fence about that laptop? Head over to our review of Razer's Blade laptop from early 2014 right here and find out if it's the one for you!

Correction: This piece originally said the Razer "Edge" is on sale for 30 percent off, when we intended to say the Razer "Blade" is on sale for 30 percent off. Sorry if we're crushing any hopes here!

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